10-Night Alaska Intensive Voyage
Join Azamara’s maiden voyages to Alaska, America’s 49th state and one of its most scenic frontiers. See stunning fjords, calving glaciers, and wildlife including whales, eagles and bears. Dine on snow-white halibut, salmon and king crab, and sip wines from acclaimed vineyards of the Pacific Northwest. You’ll love Azamara’s immersive approach to travel, with small-group opportunities to meet local people, learn native traditions, and experience the region’s history as a rough and rugged explorers’ outpost. We’re offering three itineraries (two 10-day and one 8-day) between the peak sailing season of late May to early September. Pick one, or better yet, join back-to-back voyages for an eye-opening, mind-expanding adventure. See you in Alaska!
Available on this voyage.
Begin with a bang as we sail to blue-lit Hubbard Glacier-a fitting introduction to a region where nature makes the rules and people follow them. Be part of immersive experiences in every port: learn native Tlingit history in Icy Straits, explore the Russian fur-trapper culture of Sitka, discover abundant outdoor adventure with a late stay in Juneau, and re-live the gold-rush era with a spine-tingling ride on the White Pass narrow-gauge railway in Skagway. You’ll have a front-row seat as we sail Alaska’s Inside Passage, a showcase of glacier-capped mountains, winding fjords, small islands and wildlife. Go dog-sledding, take a hike in scenic Tongass National Forest, canoe through icebergs to Mendenhall Glacier, and sip a brew at the Red Onion, a former gold rush brothel. Next stop is Ketchikan, where you’ll enjoy an overnight stay. Known as the “Salmon Capital of the World”, take an historic walking tour, learn about totem poles, or visit Tongass National Forest and beautiful Misty Fjords. Re-enter city life gently in Victoria’s walkable, pretty harbor, and sip high tea at the famous Empress Hotel before arrival in Vancouver.
Hubbard Glacier (Cruising)
Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Victoria, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia